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The Crooked East – I’m Thinking It Over”

Country: Mexico

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist:  “A man rejects a woman’s romantic advances only to realize that she’s the one who’d finally given a “face” to the woman he’s been dreaming to meet his whole life. He knows he has to allow his youthful dreams to mature otherwise he’ll continue to reject the wonderful things around him because they don’t look or feel how he once thought they’d be.”


Against The Sun – “Chelsea Said”

Country: US

Genre: Rock

From the Artist: ” Chanted in underground Orange County venues for years, ‘Chelsea Said’ debuts as Against The Sun’s next anthemic single. Combining Alternative Metal riffs with a Southern California pop-punk flair, this track hooks fans from across the alternative/heavy music spectrum. Thanks to the mixing of grammy award winner Shawn Sullivan, ‘Chelsea Said’ delivers intensity and catchy melodies with no samples and no simulated amps, just real and raw performances that create an authentic Hard Rock experience.” 


The Upsides – “Lucy From Hermosa”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “The Upsides are a 4-piece rock act based in New York City, consisting of brothers Matt and Dan Fullam with longtime friends Matt DaSilva and Hart Mechlin. The guitars from Matt Fullam and Mechlin blend the Strokes with early ‘70s Heartbreakers tones, while the younger Fullam (drums) and DaSilva (bass) incorporate uptempo, danceable grooves that are reminiscent of the early aughts rock revival in their home city. Fullam’s vocals are a focal point in both the live and studio settings, as he effortlessly flips from a croon to a falsetto whether the band behind him is in a downtempo groove à la The Rolling Stones’ ‘Angie’ or electrifying the audience with overdriven, Queens of the Stone Age-esque tenacity.”


Melted Wings – “Deep Scars”

Country: Canada

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist:  “Melted Wings is the multi-genre musical project of Michael Wynn, guitarist and founding member of bands Trains of Winter and Vicky von Vicky. His ‘80s synth pop-inspired new single, “Deep Scars,” follows the success of “Capture Love,” both from his upcoming LP, Cheer For The Deer.”


JoJo Worthington – “The Divide”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Pop

From the Artist: “The space between opposite opinions can seem so huge,” said Worthington. “I think we’ve really thrown it out of proportion. We should still be able to converse, respect and ultimately agree to disagree when it comes to most topics. It just felt like the news and social media just wanted to continue driving this huge divide between political identities. “You know in movies when there’s an earthquake and the earth splits open and it separates the protagonist and the love interest and then sometimes you see people fall in the gap? It’s kinda about the people in the gap and trying to find a home there.”


The Forest Effect – “Mosaic Tiles”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “It’s like an indie Tom Petty tune ::: Songwriter Elliot Page started with a simple acoustic guitar part and built up the arrangement with some of Boston’s best players, lavishing it with multi-tracked acoustic guitar, a rich harmony vocal bed, tasteful bass and drums, and achingly beautiful lap steel. Mixed by tastemaking engineer Paul Q Kolderie (Radiohead, The Pixies, The Cure). It’s a nostalgic track, with Elliot’s lead vocal sifting through the moments of a life laid out in a photo app, pleading for another shot. The poignant lyrics deliver a fractured mosaic of moments; we try to freeze the best ones, while the relentless march of time overwhelms us.”


Trauma Cat – “Tsai Shen”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “Syracuse’s Trauma Cat returns with “Tsai Shen,” a moody meditation on the death of truth and the truth of death. Named for the Chinese God of Wealth, “Tsai Shen” follows its narrator as he opens an ominous fortune cookie. Driving drums and bass support a delay-drenched guitar, which moves from fingerstyle to an explosive solo reminiscent of Brit rock. Plaintive vocals and atmospheric synth make for a dynamic alternative listening experience.”


Bealby Point – “Say It Anyway”

Country: Canada

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “‘Say It Anyway’ is a song where the theme is revealed through the chorus,” says lead vocalist Jack Armstrong. “The verses and pre choruses are melancholic and reference over contemplated thoughts. When the chorus comes around, these thoughts are dismissed and overpowered by an attitude shift culminating in the prose ‘I don’t really care about this. Like anyone, I’m trying my best.’


The Weather Might Say Otherwise – “Statue of Frogs”

Country: US

Genre: Alt Rock

From the Artist: “The Weather Might Say Otherwise hit new single, Statue of Frogs, is packed full of raw emotion and challenges the way we view drugs and their role in depression. Singer Damian Brown talks vividly of his role with drugs and how he depends on them to pull him out of a depressive state, all the while this pulls him further into his depressive state. He sings about wanting to be himself and being able to survive without numbing the pain, Statue of Frogs has plenty of vocal emotion, powerful punches from all angles, and gives the hope of a better tomorrow through melodic bliss.”


Andy and the Rockets – “The Day Our Music Died”

Country: Sweden

Genre: Rock

From the Artist:  “The Swedish rock band ‘Andy and the Rockets’ are releasing a brand new single from their upcoming album. The song ‘The Day Our Music Died’ shows like the previous release ‘Ghost In This Town’ that the band continue to move towards a more modern rock sound then their earlier releases. This song was written after a long phone call where a friend was dumped completely without a warning. ‘The Day Our Music Died’ reflects the whole journey and gives one the opportunity to shout out every single feeling one has in the body.”


Elway – “The English Wishbone”

Country: US

Genre: Pop Punk

From the Artist: “The song is the first single off Elway’s brand new album and was first premiered by Denver’s Westword, one of the biggest entertainment weeklies in the country.”


The Henrys – “A Night Beyond Repair”

Country: Canada

Genre: Americana

From the Artist: ““A Night Beyond Repair,” which charts a kind of longing and feeling of searching through different stages of life. Rooke describes its inspiration coming from “feelings about the American south, the Canadian north, the environment, life/work, and ending up in the right place.”


Chateau Chateau – “Push Your Luck”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Pop

From the Artist: “Although their lyrics can be brutal in their emotional honesty, Chateau Chateau imbue their tales with a tongue-in-cheek playfulness and end each song with tenacious declarations that they will overcome any obstacle. “I’ll prove you wrong, just let me interrupt,” Bleu sings on the fiery track “Push Your Luck.” As a result, Grow Up is a rebellious statement of self-determination that delves into everything from ‘80s-inspired synth-pop and post-punk to dance music.”


Double Wish – “Meadows”

Country: US

Genre: Indie Rock

From the Artist: “This is a song about getting high.. but not only stoned high, but high off the though of someone you have a crush on.”